Scrapbooking is a way to tell a visual story, versus a cardmaking project that we send to someone we care about. Many cardmaking supplies cross over into scrapbooking and vice versa, so it’s a natural progression to work in both mediums. Today I will feature a scrapbook page using embossing paste.
During the month of July, I will feature a scrapbook page design every Sunday. If you like this series, please be sure to comment on this blog post and I will keep the series going indefinitely.
Scrapbook Page using Embossing Paste
measurements for this project:
Scrapbook page base: 12″ x 12″ Early Espresso card stock
Color Theory DSP scraps for leaf die cuts
Wood Textures DSP scrap for medallion die cut
Vellum card stock scrap for medallion die cut
Gold Glimmer Paper scrap for word die cut
Whole Lot of Lovely DSP scraps for punched strips
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Scrapbook Page using Embossing Paste
Pattern Party Decorative Masks and Embossing paste = FUN!
By adding a few drops of color from an ink refill bottle, plain embossing paste transforms into a lovely complement to the colors in your project. With four mask/stencils to choose from in the pack, I used the large medallion to help feature brilliant earth tones in the color design. After allowing about a half hour drying time, items can be placed on top of the dried paste area using your favorite adhesive.
By using a few different Patterned Papers, I die cut some accessories that would compliment the large medallion and not steal from it’s attention. This keeps with and carries the theme throughout the project. For a closer look at constructing the page, check out the instructional video at the links below to my YouTube Channel.
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Here is a list of supplies I used to make this card project. Links are here that you can click to get product info and purchase items, at no additional cost to you, as well. Thank you for your support with your purchase 🙂
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I hope to bring you a scrapbook project each Sunday. If you like this series, please be sure to let me know by commenting on my blog post and liking my YouTube video. I will keep the ideas coming, so long as there is interest. Thanks for stopping by my blog, I’m glad you are here 🙂
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